Match the stage direction with the correct element of dramatic structure. 1. WILLIE: . . . (He goes to the jukebox, puts in a coin and selects a round record. The machine comes to life in the gray twilight, blushing its way through a spectrum of soft, romantic colors.) How did you say it, Boet Sam? Let’s dream. (Willie sways with the music and gestures for Sam to dance.) p. 37 1 climax 2. “(Sam stops and looks expectantly at the boy. Hally spits in his face. A long and heartfelt groan from Willie. For a few seconds Sam doesn’t move.)” p. 35 2 exposition 3. “Leaning on the solitary table, his head cupped in one hand as he pages through one of the comic books, is Sam. He wears the white coat of a waiter. Behind him on his knees, mopping down the floor with a bucket of water and a rag, is Willie. He has his sleeves and trousers rolled up. The year: 1950. p. 1
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which lines in this excerpt from act i of shakespeare's romeo and juliet suggest that lord capulet respects free will?
i believe being nice to m family is the right thing to do. they are people too and the deserve the same respect i have. they are there for me when i need them. i believe i should always put my family first because that is just how life is suppose to be. i love each and every member of my family and i should respect and act like i do. i believe that being nice to your family makes it easier for them to be nice to you. thats why i believe what i do.
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